Eat More FAT!!!! Yes I said FAT!

It is a proven scientific fact that eating a low carb/high fat diet will help you lose weight and will help with so many health issues! I am going to be over loading this page with as much info as I can find to show you that we have been lied to all these years and it is time to take back our health!!!!

 

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/07/27/saturated-fat-cholesterol.aspx

https://authoritynutrition.com/it-aint-the-fat-people/

 

Why Eating Like a Man May Be Best for Women’s Health

Journalist Nina Teicholz wants you to rethink everything you thought you knew about dieting. Her new book, The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet, sets forth a new way of thinking about fat: What if the very foods we’ve been avoiding—sizzling steaks and creamy, cheesy sauces—were actually key to reversing heart disease, diabetes, and even obesity? During her nine-year investigation, Teicholz examined scientific studies, dietary recommendations, and nutrition research and concluded that more—not less—dietary fat, including saturated fat, leads to better health and wellness. We talked to Teicholz to learn more about her groundbreaking claim and its scary significance for women in particular.

Shape: What inspired you to write about this topic?
Nina Teicholz (NT): I starting writing restaurant reviews for a New York newspaper, eating whatever the chef sent out from kitchen. I usually would have ordered chicken or fish—I hadn’t eaten red meat in over a decade at that point. But chefs sent out foods like foie gras, organ meats, cream sauces—all these things that I’d never eaten. And they were delicious! I also lost weight effortlessly and my cholesterol levels were fine. This was a huge mystery I wanted to untangle. I was already writing a book on trans fats, so I realized there was a much bigger story on fats in general and how we’ve misconceived what we thought we knew.

Read the rest of the interview here:

http://www.shape.com/healthy-eating/diet-tips/why-eating-man-may-be-best-womens-health

 

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